There is a law in the Bible commanding us to bring forth the manchild. Jesus fulfilled the commandment initially, but the scriptures state that“out of the mouth of two or three witnesses, let all things be established.” The law to bring forth the manchild is found in Deuteronomy 25:5-6, “If brethren dwell together, and one of them die and have no child, the wife of the dead shall not marry unto a stranger. Her husband’s brother shall go in unto her and take her to him for wife, and perform the duty of an husband’s brother unto her.” How does this apply to the manchild? Hebrews 2:11-12 states that He, Jesus was not ashamed to call us brethren or brothers. So, Jesus, in one of His man duties, was our elder brother. Jesus was to bring forth children like unto Himself, but He died childless at the cross. Many years after the cross, Paul said in Romans 8:19 that “the creation groaneth in travail awaiting the manifestations of the sons of God.“ Therefore, it is the duty of Jesus’ brethren, or brothers, to raise up seed like unto Himself. The Book of Ruth, with Boaz, is a type of brother who was willing to raise up seed unto their brother. Boaz means “in him is strength.”Israel, in the Old Testament, was formed into a nation and was given the first opportunity to bring forth the promise. The nation of Israel died when Titus came in and destroyed Jerusalem in 70 AD. Therefore, the commandment fell upon the nation of Israel brother, the New Testament church, to raise up seed like unto their elder brother Jesus, as the second witness. We, too, have failed or refused as a corporate body. In this refusal, we have lost our shoe, or our walk with God is impaired. But finally the Boaz people, a remnant number, have been given the opportunity. These will indeed do the work and bring forth the manchild in cooperation with the Lord Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit.

Jesus, in His office of the Melchizedek priesthood, is to bring many sons to glory, in, which will fulfill another law, which is Jesus’ tithe to the Father. Jesus went about sowing and reaping, so the law of the tithe belongs to Him. In Leviticus 27:31, it states that if any man wants to redeem his tithe, he shall add a fifth to it. Jesus’ initial tithe to the Father was the 120 in the upper room after His resurrection. Because He redeemed them through His blood, the law of the tithe prevails. If you add a fifth part, or 20%, to 130, you get 24 added to 120, which equals 144. The number 1000 is the number of glorification, the 1 representing the unity of the Godhead, the three zeros represent the infinite attributes of the trinity. When you multiply 1000 by 144, it equals 144,000, the initial number of the manchild people birthed from the woman’s travail. (Revelation 12:5) Afterward, approximately 1.2 billion souls will be birthed into the kingdom. At the same time, the great falling away will occur, which will be approximately 600 million. Remember, there were 5 foolish virgins, all during the tribulation period, which is three and a half years, not seven, prior to Jesus’ return when the seventh, or last, trumpet begins to sound, setting up the millennial kingdom.

-John McDaniel